DEPARTMENT OF CLINICAL SCIENCES
North Carolina State University
United States of America
Dr. Dunning received her DVM degree from Washington State University, an MS from Colorado State University, and completed a Doctoral Program in Health Leadership at University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Gillings School of Global Public Health. She was previously a faculty member at Louisiana State University and the University of Illinois before joining the College of Veterinary Medicine in 2005.
Mammalian Bone Anatomy,Orthopedic Surgical Procedures,Pulmonary Surgical Techniques,Salivary Glands
Pulmonary Surgical Techniques.Dunning D. | In: Bojrab JM (ed). Current Techniques in Small Animal Surgery, 5th ed. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, 2006, in press.
Thoracic Approaches.Dunning D. | In: Waldon D (ed). Current Techniques in Small Animal Surgery, 5th ed. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, 2006, in press.
Basic Mammalian Bone Anatomy and Healing.Dunning D. | Vet Clinics North Amer (Exotics) 2002;5(1):115-128.
Rehabilitation of Medical and Acute Care Patient.Dunning D, Halling K, Ehrhart, NP. | Vet Clinics North Amer (Small Animals) 2005;35(6):1411-1426.
Pre- and Postoperative Radiographic and Computed Tomographic Evaluation of Dogs with Medial Patellar Luxation.Towle HA, Griffon DJ, Thomas MW, Siegel AM, Dunning D, Johnson A. | Vet Surg 2005;34(2):265-272.
The Effect of Axial and Abaxial Release on Meniscal Displacement in the Dog.Kennedy SC, Dunning D, Bischoff MG, Kuriashkin IV, Pijanowski GJ, Schaeffer DJ. | Vet Comp Ortho and Traum 2005;18(4):227-234.